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Ivy League Champs: Football and Volleyball

Penn Football ended a  perfect season  with Saturday's 59-7 win over Cornell. The Quakers capped off the most successful four-year run of any team in Ivy League history. They recorded their first perfect overall season since 1994, finishing at 10-0 overall, 7-0 in the League  and as Ancient Eight champs (both for the second-straight year). The Class of 2004 ended the greatest run in Penn's modern history and in Ivy history, as the seniors finished their careers with an overall record of 34-5 (.872), placing the team fifth in Penn history and first during the Al Bagnoli era. They also went undefeated at home, winning all 19 games, becoming the first four-year team to win every game at Franklin Field. The seniors became the fourth Penn class to win three Ivy League titles.

The Penn Volleyball team celebrated Senior Night in grand style as they beat  Princeton  3-1 at the Palestra last Wednesday. The women claimed the outright Ivy title with that victory. Penn has now won three-straight Ivy titles for the first time. The Class of 2004 finished their  careers with an overall record of 42-7 (.857) and recorded their third 20+ win season under Head Coach Kerry Major Carr. The first round of the  NCAA Volleyball Championship begins Friday, December 5.

 

 


  Almanac, Vol. 50, No. 14, November 25, 2003

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